Meet the multi-talented musicians, actors, politicians and celebrities who are as likely to be found painting a portrait as sitting for one.
Gaudy reworkings of scenes from Sly’s films. A Rocky horror show.
‘H’ from Steps
Surprisingly moody Welsh landscapes from a backing singer who is so irrepressibly cheerful onstage.
Drawn ‘on the run’, Dylan’s pastel portraits are impossible to pin down. Their faces shift and smudge, like fuzzy memories. (See his work at the Butler Institute of American Art until 12 July)
‘I had a bunch of f—ing junk and sh–, and so instead of letting it be junk and sh–, I turned it into something that made me happy.’ A colourful affirmation of art’s potential to find beauty in chaos.
George W. Bush
Intimate paintings of his favourite dogs, and himself in the shower – nothing can quite prepare you for the former US president’s unsettling portrayal of domestic life.
Psychedelic celebrations of music and Mick Jagger: the ultimate fan art.
From A-list celebrity shenanigans to dangerous performance art events: LaBeouf’s career-path is an exact counterweight to Marina Abramovic’s.
HRH Prince Charles
Prince Charles’s preference for watercolour, and of carefully composed empty landscape scenes, makes him one of the most accomplished 19th-century painters working in Britain today.
Fiery portraits of friends, mentors, and the artist’s favourite boot.
Performance artist, painter, photographer, sculptor, surrealist, exhibition subject, living icon – Bowie’s got it covered.
The loss of the National Glass Centre would be a shattering blow